Kenya highlights tour

“Pack in a week of wildlife watching experiences on this tailor made tour of Kenya's top national parks. Unlimited game drives and cultural tour options.”

Highlights

Nairobi | Masai Mara | Lake Naivasha | Hell's Gate National Park | Lake Bogoria | Lake Nakuru | Amboseli National Park | Optional beach extensions to Mombasa, Zanzibar and beyond |

Description of Kenya highlights tour

This seven day tour of Kenya includes all the classic safari highlights as well as a few lesser-known encounters alongside. Tailoring a tour to coincide with the spectacular wildebeest migration, during July and October, is one such way to ensure your experience gets off to the best possible start.

Witnessing a whole host of wildebeest, zebras and gazelle, crossing the Mara River and fending off crocodiles in the process, is simply a phenomenal sight and certainly not to be missed during peak season. Elsewhere in Kenya you'll discover the Great Rift Valley where volcanic landscapes and hot thermal springs make a visit to the shores of Lake Bogoria another unforgettable highlight.

Of course, finding Lake Nakuru fringed by thousands of pink flamingos can really take some beating alongside the chance to spot Africa's Big Five easing their thirst around the water's edge

From views of Kilimanjaro during a couple of nights in Amboseli National Park to organic encounters with local Masai communities, who've lived and worked in Kenya all their life, this is your chance to tailor a tour of Africa in the most exciting and authentic way possible.

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Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
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Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Kenya highlights tour

Environment

Responsible tourism is a core responsibility and emphasis of conservation is not negotiable as this is the only we can conserve the environment for future generation in a sustainable way. During the entire safari, the guide is encouraged to brief you on the following points:

- No littering or throwing garbage out of the vehicle; this help in keeping the park clean and everything you don't need should be put the seat pockets. Driver guide will dispose at the lodge who have better way dispose the garbage.
- No feeding on wild animals. This keeps them naturals in their natural habitat.
- No off-loading driving off the designated tracks especially in parks
- Animals have the right of the way and should never block their way; you are the intruder in their territory
- In the parks, our guides exhibit utmost respect for wildlife and nature by ensuring that they strictly adhere to park rules and regulations as well as our internal Travel Code. For example, we keep a respective distance from wildlife, we do not stampede game, minimize on noise as well as respect other visitors.

Our overall goal is to ensure the long term sustainability of the environment which is also the sure way to ensure our own business survival

Community

Human-wildlife conflicts is something must be dealt with as population increases to reduce competition and encourage conservation. This can not be achieved unless the local communities around conservation areas benefit from it. Being aware of this, we have policies and projects that benefits the local communities:
- We encourage all our itineraries include cultural tour in the local villages around the parks. This help the community to benefit from fee they charged and sell their artifacts to visitors thus improving their way of life
- We also have donations to local schools and hospitals and we also encourage visitors to support by donating anything they may wish to during the visit to the said institutions. This helps the entire community appreciate and benefit from tourism and tourists visiting their areas thus encouraging them to conserve their natural heritage.

We always ensure that we properly brief our guests with regards to the social and political situation in the destinations to be visited. For example, the Coastal region in Kenya is predominantly Muslim and so, especially for cultural/village visits where the guests will interact with the local people, we encourage our guests to dress up more in respect of local culture. For our pastoralist communities such as Samburu and Masai, who incidentally occupy major wildlife areas, we encourage our guests to visit the villages

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